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The Harbor of Doubt

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Author: Frank Williams (Francis William Sullivan)
Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 67,762 / 197 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 85.1
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 680
Added to site: 2009.08.27 25117

tch was barely up to that of a good month in normal times; credit was low, and salting and drying were almost useless, for the people ate most of their own catch. Things were at a standstill.

And now the fire on top of all!

Captain Code Schofield thought of all these things as he ran along the King's Road toward the fire. Now he was almost upon it, and could see that the fish stand and wharf of the two wealthiest men in the village were burning furiously. The roar of the flames came to him.

A hundred yards back from the water stood Bill Boughton's general store, and next it, in a row, dwellings; typical white fishermen's cottages with green blinds and a flower-filled dory in the front yard.

The King's Road divided at Bill Boughton's store, the branch leading down to the wharfs, while the main road went on to Swallowtail Light. Schofield plunged down the branch into the full glare of the fire, where a crowd of men had already gathered.

As good luck would have it there was not

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****
Henry L. Ratliff

(1915) Adventure / Romance

Plot bullets

  • Not a harbor named Doubt.

  • The doubt is of the welfare of a fishing village and the reputation of it\'s leading son.

  • New fishing grounds must be found or the little harbor town is doomed.

  • Romance both aids and complicates the situation.

  • The cowardliness and self interest of another man,
    puts the welfare of the town and several lives in danger.



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